Golf New Brunswick is proud to support passionate individuals and coaches on their development journey.
Looking at getting more involved in junior golf at your facility? Want to help your PGA of Canada professional with his or her Junior Golf Programming?
This 2-day workshop is designed for the Community Golf Coach who is, or would like to, work with children or youth and is introducing the basic skills of golf. The goal is to help prepare YOU to be competent in the skills required by a community coach.
The National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) provides standardized, inclusive, and safe sport education to coaches and coach developers across 65 sports. The CAC manages and delivers NCCP training through its partner network of 65 National Sport Organizations and Provincial/Territorial Sport Organizations.
Without caring mentors, positive youth development just doesn’t happen. At First Tee — Atlantic, we take coaching seriously. We believe that a meaningful, quality relationship between coach and participant is vital to our program.
First Tee Coach Education is delivered to aspiring Coaches in Canada jointly by First Tee and PGA of Canada. This collaborative partnership enables Coaches working through First Tee Coach Education Pathway to choose their own level of involvement.
National Coaching Certificate ProgramModules & Information
NCCP Multi-sport Training Modules cover topics relevant to all sports and will help you become a more effective coach.
Below are a list of of modules that may help with your golf coach development:
- Aboriginal Coaching Module 2: Dealing with Racism in Sport
- NCCP Coaching & Leading Effectively
- NCCP Design a Basic Sport Program
- NCCP Developing Athletic Abilities
- NCCP Emergency Action Plan
- NCCP Leading Drug Free Sport
- NCCP Make Ethical Decisions
- NCCP Manage a Sport Program
- NCCP Managing Conflict
- NCCP Performance Planning
- NCCP Planning a Practice
- NCCP Prevention & Recovery
- NCCP Sport Nutrition
- NCCP Teaching & Learning
- Safe Sport Training
The Responsible Coaching Movement (RCM) is a call to action for sport organizations, parents, and coaches to enact responsible coaching across Canada – on and off the field.
The RCM is a multi-phase movement that affects all sport organizations and coaches across Canada. It stems from extensive and ongoing consultation with the sport community in Canada that showed us some of the systemic issues in sport, the role various parties play, and strategies for addressing these issues.
The Coaching Association of Canada and the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport support the Canadian sporting community in improving practices that ensure the health, safety and well-being of all participants.
Responsible Coaching Movement PillarsRule of Two
A safe sport environment ensures all coaches, staff, and administrators apply the Rule of Two. When following the Rule of Two, all interactions and communications with participants are in open, observable, and justifiable settings, and two responsible adults — whether a coach, parent, staff or screened volunteer — are present. There may be exceptions in emergency situations. Check with your sport organization as to how the Rule of Two is enforced.
Responsible Coaching Movement PillarsBackground Screening
A secure sport environment is one where all coaches and sport organization leaders are screened to meet requirements to be involved in sport. Screening includes comprehensive background and reference checks, interviews, plus police information checks, to be done at regular intervals.
Responsible Coaching Movement PillarsEthics Training
A smart sport environment ensures coaches are trained and have the confidence and skills needed to effectively manage challenging situations. Lifelong learning through numerous training modules helps coaches expand their knowledge and awareness of important topics throughout their career.
Safe, inclusive sport environments help make sport rewarding and enriching for all. By completing Safe Sport Training you will gain the knowledge and skills to create healthy and safe environments by recognizing, addressing and preventing maltreatment in sport.